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industry and a variety of selected sta-
         tistical data on the Canadian, Mexican   These are the reasons we’ve
         and world steel industries. It features
         extensive charts  and graphs,  includ-
         ing selected statistical highlights  on   been around since 1928
         shipments,  apparent supply,  imports,
         employment and raw steel data over a
         10-year period; selected financial high-  POC 3500-94
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         production (including  selected state-  Also available in 2 /2", 1 /4"
         level production data)  and capability   and 1 1 /8" capacity.
         utilization; and detailed  imports and
         exports data. The report also includes
         an executive summary that highlights
         recent  and historical  trends  in  the
         North American steel industry.
           “The ASR is an indispensable tool for
         the industry,  media, academia, steel     Model 1
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         Thomas J. Gibson, president and CEO,                  Model 1A
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         AISI. “The 135 page report includes   Model 2         1 /16" capacity
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         numerous charts, graphs and other     1 /2" capacity
         detailed industry information. We are
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         on steel. I encourage anyone who is in-
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         Certex uses Modulift Beams
         for helipad lifts
           Certex (UK) used two modified spread-                     “Clutch Action”
         er beams from Modulift’s heavy, off-
         the-shelf range to lift two nonidentical
         halves of a helipad onto a vessel from a               “The Only Proven Protection
         gas rig in the Dutch Sector of the North
         Sea recently. The site was approximately              For Your Products and Slings”
         70 miles off the Danish coast.
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         lifting products and services to the oil,
         gas, industrial and renewable markets,
         accepted a scope of work to design and                   Sleeves, Wraps, Pads
         supply a below-the-hook  solution  for
         loading the helipad using a 300t capac-                            & Blankets
         ity crane aboard a barge.
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         89t, while the smaller was less than half                             Available From:
         the weight at 35t; it was hexagonal in
         shape and measured 44m sq. when as-                      THE VERNON CORPORATION
         sembled.  Interestingly,  each  piece  was
         removed from the site one at a time (the                   P.O. Box 246 • 400 N. Yankeetown Road
         smallest first) along with its correspond-                        Boonville, Indiana 47601
         ing spreader beam and rigging.
           Certex used a MOD 110H at 6m (19
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         110 at 6.5m (21 ft.) for the other. The
         former can lift up to 170t at 11.5m (37
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